He’s mine … don’t ever forget that.
Milo lives in the barn, a cowboy through and through.
I live in a castle, but I’m not a princess.
When the only person who loves me dies, Milo’s there.
As I get older, I no longer look at Milo like a big brother. I look at him like the man God made just for me.
With the first glimpse of freedom from my pathetic excuse for a father, I imagine a future with Milo. I dream of the day when we won’t have to hide our feelings.
But Milo has a secret. He is not free.
The man I love is marrying the woman I hate.